Circular High-performance Aza-Michael Polymers as Innovative materials Originating from Nature
CHAMPION – a Research and Innovation Action (RIA) aiming to replace conventional polymers with novel bio-based polymers for their application in coatings, textiles, home care uses and structural adhesives - has been awarded Horizon 2020 BBI JU funding. The CHAMPION project includes 14 partners from 6 European countries coordinated by the University of York.
The CHAMPION project launched its 3.5-years activities in June 2020. Polymer-based products are essential to our modern lifestyle. CHAMPION is geared towards making them better-suited to modern expectations in terms of their sustainability credentials.
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I’m a Scientist – Plastic Zone Outreach Winner
CHAMPION researcher Dan Day has won £500 to spend on outreach from the RSC- and UKRI-funded ‘I’m a Scientist’ event.
CHAMPION project has published first peer-reviewed publication
Researchers at the University of York have revealed how nitrogen-containing molecules react with certain plant-based ingredients.